THE SEA VIEW TRUST - MEMBERS AND TRUSTEES
The Sea View Trust is delighted to have a full compliment of both Members and Trustees. The skills and experiences across the 2 Boards are extensive and all are wholly committed to supporting the work of the Trust Academies.
Please follow the link for further details about the composition of our Trust Boards
The Members' role is discrete and distinct; they are tasked with assessing if the Board of Trustees is performing well and, as such, are ensuring that the purpose of the Trust is being met, and its charitable object is being fulfilled. Therefore, whilst they do not need regular business meetings (other than their statutory annual requirement), wherever possible the Members for The Sea View Trust meet termly.
The NGA guidance regarding the roles of Members provides further information
Board of Trustees
Governance of the Trust is undertaken by The Board of Trustees. Their role is similar to that of governors in that they have three core functions:
- Ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction;
- Holding executive leaders to account for the educational performance of the organisation and its pupils, and the performance management of staff; and
- Overseeing the financial performance of the organisation and making sure its money is well spent.
The full Board of Trustees meets three times per year. In addition there are currently two further sub-committees; a Quality and Standards Committee and a Finance, Resources, Risk and Audit Committee. These sub-committees meet termly to consider their focus areas in detail, feeding their findings back to the full Board of Trustees.
The Sea View Trust hosts a wider Conference, usually in the summer term. Our Members, Trustees, Chairs of Governors, Senior Leaders and Business Managers are invited to meet to celebrate progress and consider the priorities for the future direction of the wider Trust.
Further information on our Members and Trustees, including biographies, appointments, resignations and meeting attendance registers, can be found here: